School counselors these days play an increasingly big role: helping students focus on academic needs and career awareness as well as social and personal development. At Staley High School in the North Kansas City School District, counselor Rob Lundien speaks with Charles Chamberlin (right) about a scholarship opportunity Lundien found for Charles that would pay for the first year of tuition at Maple Woods Community College, which Charles plans to attend.
School counselors these days play an increasingly big role: helping students focus on academic needs and career awareness as well as social and personal development. At Staley High School in the North Kansas City School District, counselor Rob Lundien speaks with Charles Chamberlin (right) about a scholarship opportunity Lundien found for Charles that would pay for the first year of tuition at Maple Woods Community College, which Charles plans to attend. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
School counselors these days play an increasingly big role: helping students focus on academic needs and career awareness as well as social and personal development. At Staley High School in the North Kansas City School District, counselor Rob Lundien speaks with Charles Chamberlin (right) about a scholarship opportunity Lundien found for Charles that would pay for the first year of tuition at Maple Woods Community College, which Charles plans to attend. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

School counselors make a difference every day

March 22, 2016 01:00 PM

UPDATED March 22, 2016 06:00 PM

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